The weather during the winter can be quite lovely, though some areas are prone to treacherous conditions at least part of the time.
You will need to consider the climate in the planned city before diving too far into the setup. If you choose to host any or all of the event outdoors, you need to live in an area where severe winter storms are incredibly rare.
However, the proper tents and party accessories can make your outdoor wedding quite spectacular. Speak to a representative from your favorite party supply vendor to discuss the set-ups most appropriate for the venue and time of year.
Do the families have strong spiritual or religious convictions that are celebrated at the end of the year?
Could elements of faith and the seasonal celebration be incorporated into the wedding? Traditional holiday colors are an easy choice that can even be used by non-religious couples.
One of the most nifty summer wedding tips is to hire someone to serve the ice cream or you can get some friends to volunteer. If you go the route of asking for volunteers, put someone in charge of making sure that it is done and make the shifts small.
After all, you want everyone to enjoy the party. Stick to a few flavors and toppings so that guests don’t go too overboard. Find out which caterers and food trucks in your city are capable of handling ice cream service.
Most are affordable and more dependable than trying to get your friends and family to do it.
Summer celebrations are a wonderful thing, especially when two people who are in love decide to tie the knot. Use these suggestions and find more that will make your summer dreams a reality!
If that sorts out your summer wedding let’s have a gander at some simple tips for planning a winter wedding